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Was COP26 a success?

Was COP26 a success? Ask me again in a few years.   As expected, the COP failed to produce adequate finance for developing nations whilst the combined emissions pledges of the world’s governments do not, yet, come near to the cuts required to avoid catastrophic climate change. However, the “Paris Rulebook” was completed which means that…

COP26 – Summing up statement from Citizens’ Climate International – Glasgow Pact invites historic race to enhanced climate action

The COP26 was tasked, during negotiations for the Paris Agreement itself, with providing a clear moment for upgrading global ambition toward stopping the advance of dangerous climate change. We must all recognize that negotiations themselves do not change the geophysical reality, but they can create conditions where the actions that follow do provide meaningful mitigation…

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Further information on the government response to the Zero C petition.

I have to apologise for being pressed for time yesterday when writing about the parliamentary debate on the Zero C petition. In my haste I failed to take in the fact that the government had produced a briefing on the petition. The briefing states that….. The Government response to the petition refers to the UK Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS).…

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100 economists say now or neverNow or never

Further information on the government response to the Zero C petition.

I have to apologise for being pressed for time yesterday when writing about the parliamentary debate on the Zero C petition. In my haste I failed to take in the fact that the government had produced a briefing on the petition. The briefing states that….. The Government response to the petition refers to the UK Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS).…

100 economists say now or neverNow or never

How did the debate on carbon emission charges go?

On November 1st the much anticipated debate on the Zero C petition was held in a extremely uncrowded Westminster Hall. Catherine Mckinnell (Newcastle upon Tyne Central, Lab) moved the petition, stating that its aim is  to impose a single carbon price across all sectors. …… In its simplest terms, the petition calls for the Government…

CCL member decides to shake up Woman’s Hour!

Wiltshire CCL member Jane Renwick recently realised that a hallowed broadcasting institution which likes to think it is ‘cutting edge’ could do with shaking up when it comes to the most important issue of our time! But I know that CF&D makes sense and it frustrates me that so few people are talking about making…

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Every third Tuesday of the month, 8pm, Virtually meet other members of CCL across the UK. Gen up on the latest campaigns and news. Share your frustrations and successes. Looking forward to seeing you. To register for 2021 meetings, click here. *Via Zoom. If you have not used Zoom on this device before it will…

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